Owner Paul VanderHeide said he expects to reopen the cider mill at 14921 Cleveland Ave. next month. It has been closed since November 2016.
Unlike some of its neighboring communities, it appears the Village of Spring Lake is standing pat with its current short-term rental ordinance.
Spring Lake Village President Joyce Hatton thinks the village's proposed parking ordinance is so smothering that she said it reminds her of the Holocaust in Nazi Germany.
With new development possibly on the way at the southwest corner of M-104 and 148th Avenue, the Spring Lake Township Board wants to beautify the intersection to make it an attractive gateway to the lakeshore.
George Chittenden, who graduated from Spring Lake High School in 2007, has opened One Bourbon at 608 Bridge St. in Grand Rapids with his wife, Megan, and two business partners.
The Spring Lake Township Board is standing firm in defending its new short-term rental ordinance, even in the face of a lawsuit.
A recent leak in the nearly 50-year-old sewer line under the Grand River has North Bank community leaders pushing a planned $5 million force main project forward sooner than expected.
After years of the village’s Historical Commission and its chairman trying to find an appropriate place for it, the former site of the Spring Lake school McCay attended is the target for a new park honoring McCay, who is known as “the father of animation.”
A grassroots petition blitz aimed at amending the Ferrysburg City Charter to better protect parks from being put on the market has reached the required number of signatures, organizers say.
Gabe Dehen, 2, has a terminal illness, but the Ottawa County boy’s parents are clinging to hope for a miracle.